What's next?


On the stadium, tomorrow’s ODT features a Columba College students’ sock initiative: “Get over it”.
Original ideas are hard to come by, at least the socks aren’t red…

The High Court decision – Basil Walker v Otago Regional Council – is due for release this week.

DCC/STS build up for Rodney Hide’s visit to Dunedin on June 17 – will he survive.


Sucking up: students will donate 50c from the sale of each pair of socks to the Carisbrook Stadium Trust…

### ODT Online Wed, 10 Jun 2009
Stadium cold feet? If the sock fits ‘get over it’
By Ellie Constantine

An enterprising group of Columba College pupils has decided to help Dunedin “get over” Forsyth Barr Stadium by providing warm socks for any cold feet.
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Filed under CST, Economics, Geography, Hot air, Inspiration, Media, Politics, Stadiums, STS

4 responses to “What's next?

  1. Elizabeth

    ### ODT Online Wed, 10/06/2009 – 5:42am.
    Comment by MikeStk on Nah ….

    They have bad advice “get over it” is not is not a unifying message, it’s more like an extra poke in the eye.

  2. Elizabeth

    ### ODT Online Fri, 10 Jul 2009
    Harvard graduates respond to wave of financial depredation
    By Ian Harris

    Can any good thing come out of the current financial turmoil? The tsunami has destroyed many leading companies around the world, battered confidence in financial institutions, unsettled governments, shattered retirement nest-eggs and, thankfully, toppled some of the greed-driven elite who caused the crisis. Among those appalled at their reckless conduct is a group of graduating business students at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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    – Ian Harris is a journalist and commentator


    Compulsory viewing: “lust, passion, romance and 14,000 jobs being eliminated every day.”

    ### ODT Online Fri, 10 Jul 2009
    Michael Moore’s new doco about capitalism

    Michael Moore’s latest documentary looking at the consequences of big business will be called Capitalism: A Love Story. The documentary is due in United States theatres on October 2.
    Read more

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